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Click for larger image • This June, periodical cicadas can be seen and heard by the millions in some areas of the North Carolina mountains. Here, they've left their shells behind on the leaves of a large maple growing on the campus of Mars Hill College. This population (known as "Brood 14") won't be seen again until the year 2025. —Tony Macias

Click for larger image • This June, periodical cicadas can be seen and heard by the millions in some areas of the North Carolina mountains. Here, they've left their shells behind on the leaves of a large maple growing on the campus of Mars Hill College. This population (known as "Brood 14") won't be seen again until the year 2025. —Tony Macias

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